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Sebastian Vettel celebrates his Japanese Grand Prix victory in which he passed Romain Grosjean for the win

F1: Japan victory shows Sebastian Vettel can win in more ways than one after Christian Horner praises his versatility

The Red Bull driver is on the verge of his fourth consecutive world championship

Sebastian Vettel will start the Japanese Grand Prix in second behind his Red Bull team-mate Mark Webber

F1: Mark Webber unlikely to help Sebastian Vettel to clinch fourth world championship at the Japanese Grand Prix

Australian remembers the Malaysian Grand Prix when Vettel defied team orders to pass Webber to claim victory, with the Red Bull duo lining up together in the front row for tomorrow's race

Sebastian Vettel (bottom) drives past Fernando Alonso, who is facing the wrong way after spinning during practice

Japanese Grand Prix: Sebastian Vettel edges inexorably nearer title

On a day when the imminence of Sebastian Vettel’s fourth consecutive World Championship paled into insignificance in the face of Maria de Villota’s human story, the German once again took control of events on the racetrack.

Sign of the times: Sebastian Vettel is an unpopular world champion

F1: Michael Schumacher era was more boring insists Sebastian Vettel

The Red Bull driver has found himself booed due to his domination of the sport

Lewis Hamilton and Sebastien Vettel

F1: Lewis Hamilton clarifies comments after claiming Sebastian Vettel dominance was boring fans

The German Red Bull driver is set for his fourth world title in a row

Lewis Hamilton and Sebastien Vettel

Lewis Hamilton 'feels for the fans', claiming Sebastian Vettel dominance is making F1 a turn off

The German driver looks set for a fourth world title in a row after victory in the Korean Grand Prix

Sebastian Vettel celebrates on the podium in Korea

Korean Grand Prix: Sebastian Vettel nears fourth title as sparks fly behind him

German secures victory but team-mate Webber's car goes up in flames

Lewis Hamilton was fastest in both Friday sessions in Korea

Lewis Hamilton hopeful of breaking Sebastian Vettel stranglehold on Formula One after topping Korean practice times

The Briton finishes fastest in both Friday sessions with the champion-elect finishing second

Sebastian Vettel spoke of his 'pride' in the Red Bull car

F1: Sebastian Vettel laughs off 'driver aids' whispers about Red Bull's speed

The German looks set for his fourth world title in a row

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Lewis Hamilton claims he wouldn't want to win in the same way as Sebastian Vettel following his cruise to Singapore victory

Vettel won by over half a minute to claim his fourth win in five races and edge him closer to title number four

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Sebastian Vettel celebrates his victory at the Singapore Grand Prix

F1: Sebastian Vettel recovers from first corner hitch to cruise home in Singapore Grand Prix which came to life late on

Vettel sits 60 points ahead of Fernando Alonso who along with Mark Webber was handed a reprimand which sees the Aussie given a 10-place grid penalty in Korea

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Time is running out to catch Sebastian Vettel

Closest rivals Alonso and Hamilton struggle in qualifying for today's Singapore Grand Prix

Fernando Alonso in his Ferrari during practice yesterday for tomorrow's Singapore Grand Prix

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